Curious sales listings on internet: gotta be something fishy going on here
I am an outdoor/fishing enthusiast and have been searching for a second boat to buy. I came across listings for a prospect that just don't add up. The boat in question is a 2012 Polar Kraft TX 165 that, according to NADA Boat Appraisal guides, has a fair market value of around $13000. However, I found this same boat showing the exact same listing photos for sale here at: http://boats.oodle.com/view/2012-polar-kraft-tx-165-bass-boat-trailer-and-accessories/3933273400-chicago-il/ by Brent W. of Chicago for $3000; here at: http://boats.oodle.com/view/2012-polar-kraft-tx-165-bass-boat/3939816709-glassboro-nj/ by Tootsie E. of Glassboro, N.J. for $4200 and here on ebay at: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2012-Polar-Kraft-Bass-boat-trailer-Super-clean-tons-of-extras-included-/321781031462?forcerrptr=true&hash=item4aeba4e226&item=321781031462 by rraible for the "buy it now" price of $9100. Obviously, there is fraud afoot here and I am not about to throw money at a fraudulent listing, but what's your take on this? Who's doing the dirty and what, if anything, can be done about it?